Ava Smith enters supermodel territory in her latest French Revue de Modes cover story where she can be found doing acrobatics and dancing with monks, all the while covered in couture. Shot by Kristian Schuller and styled by Peggy Schuller, “Round & Round” is less an editorial and more of an event.
Brazilian heat… Elisabeth Erm is draped in florals for the Zee Nunes-lensed Iodice Spring/Summer 2015 collection campaign, styled by Pedro Salles.
New sign, Ian Sharp, fronts T Magazine’s latest menswear endeavor, entitled “Establishment Accessories That Go Against the Grain”, shot by photographer Paul Wetherell and styled by Jason Rider.
Defining the ‘new aristocracy’, CRASH Magazine chooses our own Cindy Bruna as the cover girl to front the current roster of royalty. Photographer Dan Smith captures Ms. Bruna in a blunt bob atop a metropolitan rooftop. Click here to read Cindy’s interview with the zine.
Wang Xiao examines ideas of volume and minimalism in Marie Claire UK‘s “Modern Inflation” editorial, featured in the October 2014 issue. Shot by Daniel Gabbay with styling by Jayne Pickering, Xiao; decked in Dior and DKNY, moves to the groove of the season’s hottest ready-to-wear.
Stylist Julie Ragolia draws inspiration from turn of the century menswear for the dimly-lit, Matthew Scrivens-lensed Dust Bowl editorial, “Pilgrim’s Promise”, featuring our very own Hampus Luck and Reid Prebenda.
Our own Victoria Anderson scores the cover of the new issue of Fantastics, collaborating with fellow Wilhelmina talent: hair stylist, Anthony Joseph, on an impressively light, fun-loving fashion story.
Karmay covers Suitcase‘s Fall 2014 issue, shot in San Francisco affront the iconic orangish-red glow of the Golden Gate Bridge. Watch the corresponding sci-fi-inspired video editorial below.
Vogue Paris premieres French luxury heritage house, Hermes’ new video promo, starring our very own Anders Hayward for their Fall/Winter 2014-2015 menswear collection. Watch it here.
For Harper’s Bazaar China‘s October 2014 issue, photographer John-Paul Pietrus brought the works of sculptor Marisol Escobar to life with our very own talent, Qi Wen and Yu Zhang. Intersecting the worlds of both fashion and art, Escobar’s box-like structures are intertwined with ready-to-wear creations from Alexander McQueen, J.W. Anderson, Chanel, Celine, and more, to create an otherworldly gallery…
All-American model RJ King lands the cover of the latest edition of Manifesto, with a corresponding interview and editorial entitled “Bow Down” shot by Brent Chua. King dishes on his future plans, life as a model, and his favorite song. Pick up the issue on newsstands now.
Jimmy Q. electrifies Brazilian ‘zine, FFW‘s new issue, with his fierce looks. Affront an ultraviolet background, Quaintance shows off his signature tattoos, eccentric style sense, and ease in the company of Fernando Mazza’s lens.
Yesterday Coco Rocha revealed the big baby news – today, her latest Harper’s Bazaar Thailand cover story hits newsstands. Peruse the exquisitely-shot editorial by photographer, Natth Jaturapahu, with styling by Yoshihiro Hidaka, featuring designs by Antonio Marras, Dries Van Noten, Giorgio Armani, Celine, and more. See Coco wander the streets of Chinatown and work her…
Fresh from walking countless runways at Paris, Milan, and New York Fashion Weeks, Cindy Bruna makes her mark on the pages of the new Fall/Winter edition of French Revue de Modes. Shot by Thierry Le Goues at Muscle Beach in Venice Beach, California, Cindy’s gaudy, 80′s-inflected fashions rival the notorious flashiness of the location itself.
Ton Heukels brings raucous rock’n’roll to the pages of L’Officiel Hommes Germany‘s Fall/Winter ’14 issue with his “Sympathy for the Rebel” editorial. Playing on The Rolling Stones’ famed song, “Sympathy for the Devil,” Heukels is the picture of a rebel rocker, laced in leather, studs, and glam rock trousers a la Mick Jagger. Credits: Photography by Anthony…
A confectioner’s dream… Sung Hee Kim explores the candy-laden world of pop art in Vogue Korea‘s new story, “Candy Pop!”. Shot by Kim Bo Sung & Kyle Ericksen, Sung Hee brings cartoon aesthetics to life amongst mega-sized fast food, children’s toys, and a Moschino-replete playground.
Our very own Robyn Lawley graces the cover of Galore Magazine‘s “Future Issue” as a femme fatale, dressed in her namesake swimwear line, paired with Kenzo and Yigal Azrouel. Shot by Jacob Dekat, Lawley can be seen in the black-and-white cover story channeling noir sirens of yesteryear, only with a modern twist – just check out her…
Elisabeth Erm gets funky for David Dunan’s Vogue Italia October 2014 editorial, donning vibrant purple and caution-orange wigs; see Erm offset the backdrop’s hues with stylish plays on contrast and color-blocking.